Roy Wood Jr. envisions a more racially progressive adult film industry.
Girls Who Code CEO Reshma Saujani discusses the need for more women in the tech industry.
The comedians #AddSportsRuinAShow, #MakeAMovieWhiter, sum up their #BaeIn3Words and list #CatSongs.
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The comedians comment on the Oscars' lack of diversity by whitewashing popular films.
"Fifty Shades of Black" star Marlon Wayans discusses changing his physique for the parody film.
Trevor imagines a combined primary presidential debate with both Democrat and Republican contenders.
Tags: elections, candidates, campaigns, debates, republicans, ted cruz, donald trump, new york city, stereotypes, 9/11, ben carson, bill clinton, sex, internet, impressions, democrats, youtube, bernie sanders, hillary clinton, martin o'malley
"Cop Show" star Colin Quinn reveals how he failed his law enforcement test.
Maine's governor makes some regrettable remarks, and North Korea says it detonated a hydrogen bomb.
Muslim scholar Dalia Mogahed examines the sexist implications of discussing hijab.
Tags: dalia mogahed, interviews, discrimination, stereotypes, islamic, religion, terrorism, extremism, internet, white people, statistics, murder, death, media, mongering, violence, lookin' good, fashion, men/women, sex, sexism, security
Muslim scholar Dalia Mogahed explains the roots of Islamic radicalization.
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As his emissary job comes to an end, the neighborhood throws Gary a goodbye party.
Tags: white people, matt braunger, future, racism, uncensored, canada, parents, family, hari kondabolu, food, sarah burns, dating, partying, kissing, dancing, beth grant, conspiracies, injuries, business, stereotypes
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Gary lands an audition and is surprised when the casting agent doesn't think that he's right for the part.
Ranchers in Oregon take over a wildlife refuge during an armed standoff against the government.
Tags: oregon, guns, weapons, extremism, government, family, parents, star wars, movies, laws, crimes, safety, protests, fraternity/sorority, cars/trucks, white people, african american, stereotypes, weather
"Live with Kelly and Michael" co-host Michael Strahan discusses his memoir, "Wake Up Happy."
Tags: work/office, retirement, football, super bowl, nfl, siblings, exercise, jane fonda, weight/obesity, translations, germany, stereotypes, family, incest, candidates, elections, donald trump, lookin' good, books, tv, extended interviews, exclusives, interviews, michael strahan, live with kelly and michael, parenting, growing up, talk shows, regis philbin, sports
"Wake Up Happy" author Michael Strahan discusses his transition from the NFL to morning television.
Tags: michael strahan, interviews, tv, books, lookin' good, donald trump, elections, candidates, incest, family, stereotypes, germany, translations, weight/obesity, nfl, super bowl, football, retirement, work/office, live with kelly and michael, parenting, growing up, talk shows, regis philbin, sports
GOP presidential candidates pander to a Jewish forum with a slew of hackneyed cliches.
Tags: republicans, elections, candidates, campaigns, jewish, religion, adam lowitt, stereotypes, israel, hanukkah, movies, schindler's list, john kasich, ben carson, middle east, fatah party, hamas, donald trump, business, jim gilmore, friends, growing up
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